Fall is finally here! For us here in the Sunshine State, cold fronts are welcomed as an opportunity to enjoy some open-window weather and the crisp fall air. And what better way to celebrate the opening of the fall season than decorating your home for fall? Cozy up with some apple cider and keep reading for some tips to embrace the return of the fall season and decorate your home with fall décor.
Fall Tones and Textures
Ease into autumn décor by playing with different tones and textures throughout your home. Invent your very own indoor autumn oasis by adding simple additions to your home like plaid blankets and throw pillows, festive wreaths, creative centerpieces and more. Take advantage of this long season and keep your décor all-encompassing. From tailgating season to Halloween and Thanksgiving, you’ll get the most bang for your buck if you don’t get too holiday specific.
Warm Colors and Fall Tones
Fall is known for its warm colors, including red, brown, orange, and yellow. Use these colors to decorate your home and embrace your guests in the fall season. It’s as simple as swapping out your normal table cloths, candles, place settings, and more with ones that show off your seasonal spirit.
Prepare Your Yard for Fall
Decorating the exterior of your home and yard for fall is a surefire way to kick off the season known for outside decorations. Hang fall-themed wreaths, with seasonal décor on them like leaves, pinecones, and other fall items from your door. Rest pumpkins by the foot of the door to create an inviting fall atmosphere. Scarecrows are not just for cornfields anymore! Place a smiling scarecrow in your front yard – when Halloween rolls around, pair your scarecrow with carved pumpkins and Halloween décor.
What’s on The Inside Matters Too
Don’t feel limited to decorating the exterior of your home as there are tons of easy ways to decorate your inside space as well. Stores are gearing up for fall and already showcase displays with dozens and dozens of fall-themed candles. Take advantage of these warm scents and fill your home with a cozy ambiance of apple cider or pumpkin vanilla. These scents create the perfect fall atmosphere and fill your home with glowing aromas your guests will rave about. Spice up your interior décor with fall trinkets like gourds and faux flowers.
What Makes a House a Home
Homemade, fall decorations are sure to bring a warm, inviting, cozy feeling to any home. Similar to you putting time and thought into the details and intricate decorations of your home, manufactured houses are skillfully crafted and built by hand. Fannie Mae is running the “Home. Made.” campaign to show people that manufactured homes are real homes made by real people with real materials. The campaign displays the detailed work that goes into building manufactured homes. To learn more about Fannie Mae and homemade manufactured homes click here.